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Please join a #Periscope chat today about #JustJustice, public health, journalism, and more...

Please join a #Periscope chat today about #JustJustice, public health, journalism, and more...

Melissa SweetApr 24, 2015

A new live-streaming app, Periscope (owned by Twitter), has had some bad press because of the troll

A note to media outlets & journalists about your impact upon Indigenous health

Melissa SweetMay 11, 20141 Comment

Media organisations and journalists need to reconsider how they report on alcohol and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, says Summer May Finlay, a Yorta Yorta woman and publ

So what do medicine and journalism have in common? Some reflections in response to Katharine Viner's lecture

So what do medicine and journalism have in common? Some reflections in response to Katharine Viner's lecture

Melissa SweetNov 8, 2013

If you haven’t already had the chance to read

Community-based journalism meets community health: Meet some of the mojos from Cherbourg

Melissa SweetMay 24, 2013

A mobile journalism (Mojo) program has been running at the Cherbourg community in south-east Queensland (some more details in this

If we weren't so busy calling a horse race, how might we cover health in the run-up to the federal election?

If we weren't so busy calling a horse race, how might we cover health in the run-up to the federal election?

Melissa SweetFeb 24, 20131 Comment

It’s hard to turn a corner these days without running into someone who’s unhappy about mainstream media reporting of politics, and the lack of investigation and analysis of importan

From the perfect job to an endangered species: the demise of science journalism and why it matters

From the perfect job to an endangered species: the demise of science journalism and why it matters

Melissa SweetFeb 24, 20138 Comments

Last year, I

Announcing a new Croakey service, reporting on the National Rural Health Conference

Announcing a new Croakey service, reporting on the National Rural Health Conference

Melissa SweetJan 11, 20131 Comment

This post is announcing a new development at Croakey: the launch of a service to provide news reports from public health and health policy conferences.

Efforts to minimise harm from media reporting of Breivik trial may have wider application

Efforts to minimise harm from media reporting of Breivik trial may have wider application

Melissa SweetApr 23, 2012

The trial in Norway of Anders Behring Breivik for the murder of 77 people is generating some useful reflection about the role of media at times like this, and what can be done to minimi

Media Doctor Australia puts out a call for help

Melissa SweetDec 19, 2011

In the previous post, Gary Schwitzer gave an overview of an impressive upgrade to the HealthNewsReview website

Medicines Australia: concerns about conflict of interest are overblown (and besides, we've got a great story to tell)

Melissa SweetNov 7, 2011

Dr Brendan Shaw, chief executive of Medicines Australia, writes: There has been some discussion over the past week ab

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